ANSWERS: 55
  • Sometimes.
  • I am the husband of a pregnant woman...I am not having fun at all.
  • I REALLY enjoyed being pregnant and if I didn't have diabetes, I would love to be a surrogate mother many times.
  • Personally, no, not at all. I was very sick and on home IV therapy 24/7 for 4 weeks straight with my first two pregnancies, and then went into premature labor with my third and ended up on bed rest. My first two were over 9 lbs and my last child was over 10 lbs so I didn't enjoy that part at all! But I love the end results.....three great kids!
  • I loved it when the baby would kick and so forth, but i didn't like it when I couldn't sleep on my stomach.
  • Yeah right sure why not. Even as a male I picture it great to walk about like a ballon filled with a ton of water. Pure fun.
  • More than not being pregnant.
  • The first time...NO! I was miserable. The second Time I was much more prepared, excited, and I understood a lot more. So my second pregnancy was much more enjoyable.
  • yes u can enjoy pregnant if u have a good patner
  • My first pregnancy was fabulous. Now that I'm pregnant with twins, I'm realizing just how easy I had it the first time around. I really doubt that my delivery this time will be anywhere near the 50 minutes of full labour it took to deliver my first daughter. I'm expecting to be in labour for a very long time - maybe even a few days - this time. Of course it will be absolutely worth it when my two beautiful girls are born! I think the greatest thing about being pregnant, for me, is how centered, calm and peaceful I feel. It feels fundamentally right to be carrying and nurturing another little person. Nothing in the world can compare to the feelings you experience all through your pregnancy - both good and bad. Once you get past the morning sickness (which isn't a really accurate name for those of us that experience all-day sickness or night sickness) and can enjoy being pregnant, it's wonderful. Then, when you see your baby for the first time ... words can't even describe the emotions. It's THE reason for living :)
  • The last timeI was pregnant, I had twins. I loved it.
  • No, I am thinking never again - adoption or get a surrogate next time. Feeling disgusting cos of naueau, dizziness, stomach pains, headaches, boob pains, thinking about the birth. Feel jealous of my husband he only had to have an orgasm to get pregnant. I didn't even enjoy the sex as I find it painful.
  • Not me. It's a very uncomfortable thing to go through, that and I hate doing Kegals.
  • No, I did not enjoy being pregnant. There were time it was ok, but most of the time I did not like it. I was uncomfortable and growing all the time. But I was very happy once I gave birth.
  • No, it was not so much the being pregnant it was that for the entire 32 weeks I was pregnant my baby never once moved or kicked and although the doctors said he was fine , I had all these people giving me sympathetic looks and acting weird when I told them he didn't move.
  • No, I was really ill for the first trimester. Ok during the second and miserably hot and uncomforatable during the last trimester.
  • Oh yeah, it was f*cken party in my belly! Peeing every hour, belly button poking out, having to find someone to help me clip my toe nails, baby kicked me in the ribs so much & so hard he BROKE them, peeing everytime I sneezed or coughed, puking everyday, from sun up to sun down - for 4 months...yeah boy, those were the good ole days!
  • I absolutely loved being pregnant, except for the fact that it was hotter than hell in August in TN when I had her and I was HUGE. The joy of seeing that beautiful baby was just awesome.
  • I'm 22 weeks pregnant now & I've hated every moment of it so far. Sickness, sciatica, weeing when I laugh, cough or sneeze, out of breath just walking up the stairs... and the mood swings... I'm so glad my hubby works away during the week cos I'm sure he'd think I was going insane; one minute happy & the next in floods of tears. Roll on July 5th.
  • Sure, apart from my wife transforming into a raging, hormonal psychopath...
  • Right after the throw ups ( 3rd month) I really did enjoy being pregnant.
  • I really did enjoy being preggo , every minute of it, I also had the privilege of going to my country for 3 months where I was pampered with anything and everything...from what I wanted to eat, to wear I wanted to go...it was fabulous, I just hope I can enjoy the second one as much because I have to work through my pregnancy.....
  • Being pregnant was the best! I'm a nataual born nester!LOL
  • yes and no. yes b/c i love to feel her move and kick and the prego look. but i dont b/c i cant get comfy no matter what i do and my hips hurt so so so bad.
  • I enjoyed being pregnant in the sense that I loved to feel my boys kick and what not, but when you hear this horror story I am sure you are gonna wonder why I loved it. Right after I found out I was pregnant I went for an ultrasound to find out how far along I was. Well we found out not only was I 10 weeks pregnant, but I had twins. As with all multiple births I was sent to a perinatologist to monitor the pregnancy. In my first visit I was told that one of my babies did not have enough amniotic fluid and would most likely not be able to breath for his size after birth. I decided to get a second opinion. At that visit I was told that not only was this true, but the same baby had what looked to him as a thick nuchal fold (meaning a sign of downs syndrome). I was then given the option to terminate that baby. I said there was no way, I would just deal with things as they come. I spent most of my time either crying or praying. At about 18 weeks I started to bleed. My fiance took me to the hospital and I was told that they were going to do an ultrasound to make sure the babies were okay and if they weren't it would be considered a miscarraige because only after 20 weeks is it considered a death of the baby. Well, they seemed okay then. By 26 weeks I started to have contractions and went yet again to the hospital. When I got there I was 1 cm dialated, they started an IV and gave me meds to stop the labor. This was good friday 2004. By Easter Sunday I was 4 cm dialated and leaking fluid. I was preped for an emergency C-section. My boys were born at 5:16 & 5:17 pm Easter Sunday at 2lbs 3 oz and 2lbs 2 oz. The one they said wouldn't live and if he did would have downs syndrome was fine with no chromosome abnormality. One of them spent 2 1/2 months in the NICU and the other spent 3 months in there. Though I had a lot of rough times during the pregnancy I would definitely do it again. I love my kids and thank god for them everyday.
  • No I had hyperemisis then polyhydramnios. I was sick all the time and high risk. I had to see a peri. all the time. I was constantly afraid I wouldn't go full term. It was awful but little Aaron was worth it. :)
  • First pregnancy-no, Asshole for a husband. Third pregnancy-no, yet another asshole. Second pregnancy-seperated, alone..the easiest pregnancy and birth..yes I enjoyed it after I got over being scared to death because of my situation. It was one of the calmest, healthiest times of my life. :-)
  • I loved being pregnant. I had a very good pregnancy..no mood swings or irritability. He only moved when it was close to bedtime and that was minimal. The last month was kinda hard though because I gained so much weight and it was hard for me to sleep in the bed so I slept sitting up on the couch. All in all I had a very good pregnancy..my husband bragged on me constantly about how well I took it.
  • Unfortunately, I have never had the experience, but I will someday!
  • I like knowing that my child is growing inside of me, but I hate the way my body looks. So I am on both sides in this debate.
  • well i was untill my bf started to fight with me everyday and i thought that i was supposed to be the bitchy one well these past two days have been better and i am sure when i get futher along and begin to feel the baby move it will be an overall great experience
  • The 1st time my wife was pregnant it wasn't bad but it was kind of tough learning the ropes of having a baby, taking care of a baby, and more. But we are having out 2nd baby and my wife is 8 months pregnant and she hasn't had morning sickness, we know the steps, and it's a lot more relaxing because she's taking it easy. Her feet and breasts are swollen but she's fine. So I think she liked it more than me. But the joy of holding that baby in your hands feels so great.
  • Sure did I miss feeling him move inside me!
  • OMG YES, I loved being pregnant. Of course, I had cholestasis ( a pregnancy induced liver disorder), and had to be induced at 36 weeks, and I didn't get much bigger than a football. And once I was past the initial morning sickness, I really enjoyed it. I wouldnt mind feeling the movement of a child forever, it's such an amazing experience.
  • i love it!
  • Yes; I Loved being pregnant. Even the last few months when i can't walk or breathe. When I felt them kick or move, it makes it all worth it.
  • No. I had a terrible pregnancy. I wondered why on earth anyone would ever have more than one child.
  • I loathe it with every fiber of my being. I do not effervesce. I do not glow. I do not radiate. I bloat, pee, fart and eat until mercifully, it is over.
  • Wouldn't know but it probably would suck having something growing in you for nine months!!!!!!
  • So that's why belly is so big and feels like somethings moving around in it.
  • I didn't like it at all. My son was born premature at 7 months but until then I had to pee constantly, couldnt sleep as I can only sleep lying on my tummy which is out when pregnant. Also my son never once moved well I was carrying him which meant I had people always looking funny at me like there was something wrong with him. I was glad when it was over.
  • I could not say...(smile). I don't think I would. It would definitely interfere with my lifesyle.
  • I love every second of it! It is the most amazing thing I've ever experienced in my life.
  • I personally wouldn't enjoy feeling big and heavy for nine months.
  • I loved it twice and I hope I will love it once or twice more....:-) but I promise, I will watch my weight much more seriously if it happens again... (it took so much time to loose it!!! ;-D )
  • I wouldnt know, but most of the people I know wnjoyed being pregnant. It may have been paritally for the attention an dhte rest being just having someone they knew they were taking care of. I think it'd be ok, but having to pee constantly and feeling liek a cow may be a bit of a bother.
  • I loved it. I luckily did not have a lot of the symptoms some other women experience. I got HUGE, though. Even then, I am a pretty big girl, so I carried it well. It was only uncomfortable for the last 3 days, and that was because I would feel hot all the time. My boy ended up being 9 pounds. My hair looked great, my complexion was clear, my nails were strong, and for the first time in my life, I had boobs that were noticable! YAY! I really liked being pregnant. I felt like an earth mother. Corny, I know, but I kid you not. I can only hope to have such a great experience the second (and last) time around.
  • I enjoyed most of my it. I have been pregnant twice I felt healthy and I loved my belly. Only part that really bothered me was my second pregnancy my hip went out and i couldn't walk which was hard because i had another baby to care for. It was well worth it though.
  • No. My knees swelled up and I couldn't bend at ALL. I could actually feel the stretch marks appearing, like thousands of little hot needles, "ping, ping." My breasts were as big and heavy as elephants, and were sore to the touch. After 7 months, I could do nothing but sit in a rocking chair. With my second pregnancy, I didn't get the knee swelling, but my hip joints loosened up, and I couldn't climb the stairs without a lot of pain. You're supposed to exercise during pregnancy, but I could barely move. You can't sleep on your stomach or your back, and sleeping on your side squashed the painful elephant boobs. So, no. I did not enjoy being pregnant. I couldn't tolerate the summer heat unless I was drinking a root beer float, so I gained a ton.
  • Never been there, but I can say that I wouldn't like it at all. I have scoliosis, a stomach disorder, and bad bladder. Nine months pregnant would be hell, for me!
  • I am 4 months pregnant and I just can't wait for my due date:(((((((( I mean this was a planned pregnancy,but still being pregnant suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • with my first i did enjoy being pregnant, i had 'morning sickness' everyday for the first 4 months, and i gained way too much weight, and had heartburn so bad that some nights i had to sleep sitting up! But with the second one i havent gained as much weight, and the heartburn has been tolerable.
  • No way! I'm 17 weeks pregnant, and I hate it! I'm sick all the time, and you can't do anything! But at least you get a sweet little angel out of it! ;) Enjoy!
  • im 6 months pregnant and loving it.... i love to feel him kick n move about. next month il probably be sayin i hate it cus im too fat but at moment i ,love ppl lookin after me
  • The first time...NO! I was bedridden for a while,and the terror of sleeping on the side was making my nights sleepless. The second Time I was much more prepared, excited, and I understood a lot more. So my second pregnancy was much more enjoyable. Didn't have any health issues. It went really great.

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